Thomas senior midfielder Tre Ming (Devonshire, Bermuda) has earned the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Soccer Player of the Year honor, while Castleton senior goalkeeper Amir Pasic (Burlington, Vt.) was selected Defensive Player of the Year. Thomas freshman forward DJ Nicholas (Portland, Maine) was tabbed Rookie of the Year, Husson senior midfielder Stephen Berenyi (Levant, Maine) was voted the Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year, Castleton head coach John O'Connor was named Coach of the Year and ten men's soccer student-athletes were selected to the Sportsmanship Team to headline the 2015 All-Conference announcement.
NAC All-Conference selections are determined by a vote of the conference coaches.
Ming, a Devonshire, Bermuda native, has been a charismatic leader and team captain for the Terriers this season. In conference play, the senior tallied 23 points off of four goals and a league-leading 15 assists. With his 18 total assists on the year, the midfielder leads all NAC players for the third-consecutive season and ranks fifth in total points with 28. Ming has recorded at least one point in 11 of the 15 games in which he has played, including a career-high six on one goal and four assists in Thomas' regular-season finale. According to the most recent Division III rankings, he is currently second in the nation in total assists and assists per game (1.20). In three seasons at Thomas, Ming has started 51 of 53 games played and has accounted for 76 points on 19 goals and 38 assists.
BFA, on behalf of all our Affiliates, congratulates Tre, his family and all his support group on his outstanding achievement!! Well done!!